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  • As Cycling Increases, Cities and Road Users must Work Together to Reduce Risk

    As we discussed in last week’s blog, cycling is on the rise across Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is an unexpected positive outcome from an otherwise disastrous emergency. Cycling is an efficient and healthy way to get from point A to point B and, when all road users obey traffic laws and … Read more »

  • Cycling is More Popular Than Ever Amid the COVID-19 Lockdowns

    While most activities have been curtailed during the COVID-19 lockdowns, cycling is thriving. Bike sales are up in markets across the country and cyclist activity has increased. With public transit now seen as a risky option, people who cannot work from home are increasingly choosing to commute on f … Read more »

  • Will Road Safety Deteriorate After COVID-19?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has made our streets temporarily safer – vehicle traffic is down, and bicycle and pedestrian traffic are up. In many jurisdictions, car accident lawyers are fielding fewer calls from severely injured automotive accident victims. “It’s become a cycling and walking paradise and y … Read more »

  • The Fallout from COVID-19 is Hitting Vulnerable Groups Hardest

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly cruel to populations that were already at-risk in our society. The elderly and people with pre-existing conditions are more likely to experience severe symptoms than the young and healthy. Low-income individuals and hourly workers have contracted the virus … Read more »

  • Wrongful Deaths Claims and COVID-19

    As Canada’s COVID-19 death toll rises, personal injury lawyers are preparing to investigate possible instances of fatal negligence. We know that COVID-19 is a serious disease that is especially harmful to the elderly, the ill, and other vulnerable people. We also know that proactive preventative mea … Read more »